Residents are being asked for their views on spending priorities as council chiefs draw up next year’s budget proposals.
An online consultation has been launched on Monday ahead of the budget being set in February.
Willie Sawers, depute convener of the policy and resources committee, said: “Continued financial pressure on local authority budgets is the world we live in and it is unlikely to change significantly anytime soon.
“That is why we want to have a conversation with the people of Dundee about where they think we should be focusing the council’s limited resources before difficult decisions are taken.”
A new report by executive director of corporate services Greg Colgan suggests that by 2021/22 the council could be having to make cumulative savings of anything between £37.2m and £62.1m.
Dundee City Council’s budget consultation launched on Monday and can be found at bit.ly/2B1Pm5D.
It will be open until the end of the year.